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Trinity Stock w/RVA for the A-5

#1 User is offline   BUSH FOX 

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Posted 06 August 2006 - 11:55 PM

My brother got this stock for his A-5 and I was worried that the RVA would be a piece of junk.
It turned out to be O.k but I never have seen a review on it anywhere.Now, it's very sturdy and rolls to the shoulder nicely but the RVA is touchy and I dont think it works properly all the time.

Quality of construction:3 outa 5
Quality of RVA:2 outa 5
Looks:4 outa 5
Overall:2 outa 5 (because of the RVA)

If anyone else has used this stock or seen a review on it lets here some opinions on it
because some people at my field were asking and I told them not to get one for themselves until I check
it out so here I am asking the Enlightened Ones because I just dont know.


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This post has been edited by BUSH FOX: 07 August 2006 - 12:03 AM

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Posted 21 December 2006 - 04:42 PM

i give it an 8
quality excellent made from the same material used on real military issued stocks ,its very light,compact.sturdy i have used three differnt stocks and this one has held out the best .

looks its a matter of preference .its a skeketon stock ,which i like

the RVA adjustment screw is a little to long ,you need to cut it down some in order for it to work .this is where it lost 2 points
overall its a great stock with an RVA
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